Great news! After a long break, we return to the fair! COVID-19 has canceled the largest exhibitions and conferences in the industry over the past several months. Therefore, this first meeting will be very exciting because after the pandemic we are coming back strengthened with new products and information about the end of a large investment in our company. On November 2-5, 2021, the food industry and their suppliers will meet at the largest food processing fair in North America, PROCESS EXPO in Chicago. We will also be there! More information coming soon.
It is the next stage of the company’s development strategy focusing on direct presence in key markets for the company. Who is going to lead the Danish branch? This role goes to Martin Nielsen, who has already successfully sold FACH-PAK products through his own trading company in the past. Now, as an exclusive partner, he will run the FACH-PAK Denmark sales office in Horsens. The task of the new office will be primarily to strengthen relations with existing customers, which are numerous, especially due to the rich fish processing sector in this region,and to attract new customers. The new office and warehouse will ensure the implementation of strategic products such as insulated containers starting from 1 item.
The new director and the management of FACH-PAK are sure that the company is going to reach an attractive market in this way and will be able to continue building its position in the Kingdom of Denmark.
Polish companies have proved many times that they can compete without complexes with foreign producers.
This time, FACH-PAK, using several years of commercial experience in the industry, combined them with its production capabilities. This is how the first Polish line of containers insulated with foamed polyethylene (PE) for food processing (in particular for fish and meat processors) was created. The containers are also successfully used by recipients of food waste as a stronger version of the standard single-walled box.
The idea of creating insulated containers was initially related to the Scandinavian fishery environment and their unique construction by placing insulation in the form of polyurethane foam between two external walls. This product was mainly used by fishermen to transport freshly caught fish on board and then go to local processing plants. European customers, mainly fish and meat processors, have started to use insulated containers as a stronger version of pallet boxes. PUR foam insulation, however, turned out to be not always a perfect solution. In case of cracks in the outer coating, water soaked by PUR easily penetrates into the inside of the containers, e.g. during cleaning. The containers quickly deformed and gained weight by “drinking” the liquid and absorbing moisture.
COVID-19 is being reported in a growing number of locations. We have established a COVID-19 crisis communications team to keep abreast of new developments and follow guidance from relevant authorities. Our focus is to ensure the safety and health of our team and to do our best to limit the spread of the virus. We have implemented appropriate actions, including restrictions on business travel and related measures.
Currently there is no impact on our production facilities, and we are closely monitoring our supply chain for both supply of raw materials and delivery of our finished products to our customers. We also have a significant stock of raw material and finished products.
We are committed to supplying our customers with their product needs, and we will contact customers directly if anything changes. Thank you for your continued business and support. If you have questions or concerns, the FACH-PAK team is ready to help.
FACH-PAK team participated in the Warsaw Pack packaging trade fair organized by PTAK Expo in Nadarzyn for the fifth time. This year, due to the expanding COVID-19, our stand focused particularly on hygienic pallets and insulated containers.
Of course, insulated containers for the food processing sector were the most popular, thanks to their smooth and monolithic construction they are extremely friendly and easy to maintain hygiene, and thanks to the three-layer construction together with insulation made of foamed polyethylene they can be repaired.
As previously announced, our stand was visited by distributors, other business partners and, above all, key clients invited.
– It was a great pleasure to be able to meet and welcome everyone who came to our stand during this year’s Warsaw Pack. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all customers and partners for trust in our services and products. Thanks to you we are building our increasingly strong position on the transport and storage packaging market – said Tomasz Budrewicz from FACH-PAK.
This year’s edition was also an opportunity to support our daughter company Boxlifter (www.boxlifter.eu), which designs and manufactures high-quality stainless steel tippers. At the stand we presented tipper for meat trolleys, also plastic ones, insulated with foamed polyethylene.
All trade fairs and conferences at which FACH-PAK planned to participate were canceled and moved to other dates. This also applies to the largest and strategic from the company’s point of view such as CFIA in Rennes, Logimat in Stuttgart, Inter Pack in Dusseldorf, Seafood Processing North America in Boston and Seafood Processing Global in Brussels. Food Pro in Melbourne, Australia probably will not take place too.
– The situation is unique and we decided to cancel the next trade fair with the greatest understanding. We will come back even stronger with new products that will certainly arouse huge interest – said Tomasz Budrewicz.
The planned premiere of new models of insulated containers with foamed polyethylene PE was to take place during the planned Brussels trade fair.
Exclusive FACH-PAK Team training New Plastic Labeling Application in Clarkdale, Arizona.
With the launch of its new plastic labeling application system called “VersaFlex”, Mold In Graphic Systems / Polyfuze Graphics Corporation hosted another one of its popular “MIGS University” training events on Wednesday, October 9. The company also hosted its first ever Media Day on Friday, October 11 to introduce the world to its latest innovation to permanently label Low Surface Energy (LSE) polyolefin plastics such as polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE).
This latest training event included more hands-on application training, along with a special segment featuring the company’s Polyfuze labeling technology. Attendees learned about machine set-up and how to achieve excellent labeling results on any polyolefin part without the need for burnishing or flame guns. For application of the company’s Polyfuze labeling product, attendees were taught how to set-up a standard hot-stamp machine, as well as the new VersaFlex system.
All this is available from today in the offer of the entire FACH-PAK group and its products.
Along with the SEAFOOD RUSSIA EXPO fair in St. Petersburg, which took place at the beginning of July, we started work on another strategic market – Russia. At the St. Petersburg fair we officially presented the line of FACH-PAK insulated containers and BOXMECH stainless steel mobile tippers for the first time. The new distribution point is also intended to help the company to strengthen our presence on the market of the former Soviet Republics. It will also improve the quality of service to present and new clients in this area. FACH-PAK has mainly supplied insulated containers, box pallets and hygienic pallets for the meat and fish industry to its eastern neighbors, so far. Now the new office will not only provide commercial and technical support, but also manage services and logistics.
SEAFOOD RUSSIA EXPO fair is the cyclical event in Russia. We will join the next edition- in July 2020.
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We would like to thank all our stand visitors for taking their time to visit our stand during POLFISH Trade Show in Gdansk on 29-31 May 2019.
It was our pleasure and honor and we enjoyed many inspiring conversations. We were so impressed by the number of visitors and the great interest in our Insulated Fish Containers.
Please do not hesitate to contact with us: email@example.com with any questions or further information. We look forward to being able to be of service to you.